Can someone tell me how to do this please? What is stored in the file system is less than what is showing in KMail. Sorry to spam you that code did not show up correctly: So being upset about Akonadi I did some greping and found strings from my contacts and todo lists in the following files: So, why not serialize the requests to the DB in Akonadi? Synchronise KMail folders with Akonadi database.
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Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. I can only regret not having enough time to pick the glove and contribute code for these features to Akonadi.
Extracting Data from Akonadi (Kontact)
You also need to verify the identity settings and set the sent-mail, drafts and templates folders to point to the right folders. Now it is time to add your account back. Been using Claws for a few days now; very impressed with it. Notify me of follow-up comments by email.
What is stored in the file system is less than what is showing in KMail. Do not worry, this high memory usage is only for initial import. This points to a local maildir folder. Where Akonadi data are stored? I have looked at only 2 folders and there are discrepancies in both. I spent many hours trying to figure out another solution, searching and grepping, but at the end I gave your approach a try and it worked really well.
There are approximately KMail folders, including sub-folders. Add the POP3 accounts as well. What else can you ask for? So being upset about Akonadi I did some greping and found strings from my contacts and todo lists in the following files:.
Sorry to spam you that code did not show up correctly: To make things worth, somewhere along the update to KDE 4.
Thanks a lot for sharing this. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. For Local folders disable interval checking and also disable Include in manual mail check in the Retrieval options. So you end up with MySQL to serve a single user on a desktop machine. This will enable using SQLite as a backend and serving multiple clients. Being stuck with the InnoDB tables, I tried the following solutions without much success: So instead of directly storing them on the file-system, where they are easily accessible, they are stored in the DB files.
So, why not serialize the requests to the DB in Akonadi?
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If you want disconnected mode so you can read the mails offlineenable it on the Advanced tab. The initial import might be slow and could use a lot of memory, especially if you have folders with a large alonadi of mail.
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Sometimes sqlite will open them happily. Shai, you raise a couple a good points. Akonadi places the database in its data dir.
Hopefully after these steps, you will have a much nicer KMail experience. Be sure to check that you are subscribed to all your important folders. However, I still cannot see the data.